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Daugherty4inNC

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About Daugherty4inNC

  • Rank
    Villager
  • Birthday 04/17/1969

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Donna
  • Ravelry ID
  • Short bio
    I have 2 biological children, one boy and one girl, a son inlove, a daughter in love, 2 grandsons a grandbaby on the way and about 40 or so unofficially adopted children
  • Location
    NC, USA
  • Hobbies
    worshiping the Lord, and crocheting
  • Occupation
    Homemaker
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite projects
    baby items, prayer shawls, anything for charity or gifts
  • Crocheting since...
    learned in 1975 when I was a girl but didn't pick it up again until 2007
  1. Absolutely stunning. One day I am going to do that afghan too. It is on my to do list.
  2. [sIZE="3"][/size] does anybody know how to order subscription to the new Love of Crochet Magazine or Inside Crochet Through the new owners? I would like to know for digital or print. Searched this online and really couldn't find a satisfactory answer. And so far I can't find either magazine anywhere where I live.
  3. Just bought this pattern. Can't wait to have time to get started on it.
  4. here is another site that might have what you are looking for http://www.yesterdazes.com/index.html or here http://www.heirloomcrochet.com/ or http://www.vintage-crochet-patterns.com/ or here http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celtsvintagecrochet/ Maybe someone at one of these sites can help you find it. You can also check with the pattern detectives at Ravelry.
  5. It has been awhile since I posted anything but I just finished this afghan. I made this throw for a friend of mine who just got married. His favorite color is a dark or hunter green and her favorite color is lime green. I used blocks 1 and 2 from the Sampler Square Baby Blanket and I edged it with Border #130 from Around the Corner Crochet Borders. I used Caron Simply Soft Dark Sage and Limelight.
  6. One of the ladies from my prayer shawl ministry wanted to do this pattern and had the same problem. I took the pattern home and discovered the mistake in it also. Once you fix the pattern mistake the pattern itself is very easy to do and turns out absolutely gorgeous.
  7. This is an afghan I made from a simple stitch I learned. Hope you guys like it.
  8. I made it for a baby blanket but I know a woman in a wheelchair who loves the colors and it is the perfect size for a lapghan as well so I may give it to her instead.
  9. I did just the blanket from this pattern. I did it in Red Heart TLC Baby in Miami Beach. Caron Simply Soft Brites in Grape and Lime Green. The only thing I did different was I added a reverse single crochet edging at the end to make it look more finished.
  10. I usually buy 10% LYS and 90% Big Box because the closest yarn of any type is an hour or more away. So I buy a lot of yarn on sale or clearanced online or wait until I have to go for other things and then buy at the stores closest to where I am shopping for my other stuff which is usually not LYS Plus being on an extremely limited income I have to make every penny spent on yarn stretch and the absolutely gorgeous yarn that I drool over at an LYS is so out of my price range that all I can afford to do is drool.
  11. Hi and to the ville from Edenton, NC on the Northeast side of the state on the Chowan River. You will love it here
  12. That is the cutest dress. I would love to know what pattern it is. You did a wonderful job.
  13. Just in time for the death of Osama Bin Laden.
  14. Very lovely I was thinking about doing this pattern myself. Love yours now I have to find a reason to do it.
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